|Date:||April 8-12, 2013|
The theme of Earth Week 2013 is "Live Free." Utah State University has planned a variety of activities throughout the week to celebrate Earth Week. Go to the website to see a full schedule of events.
VITA - Tax Assistance
With the help of IRS certified volunteers, come get your federal and state taxes done for free. Simply call 2-1-1 to schedule an appointment.
VITA, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, is a program implemented through the statewide Earn It. Keep It. Save It. Coalition made up of local community partners. The coalition works to recruit IRS certified volunteers that provide free tax preparation services to low to moderate-income households (incomes below $51,000 in 2013).
Sites are available Monday - Thursday.
6:00 PM Gallery Walk
Join us for a stroll around Logans Historic Downtown every 2nd Friday of every even month. Each Gallery Walk features fantastic art from world class artist. The store fronts and historic buildings of Logans downtown are one large gallery for the many fascinating art pieces that are displayed.
Maps of the Gallery Walk route can be found on the website, at Cache Valley Center for the Arts (43 S Main), or at the participating businesses, which will be marked with the official yellow banner (a list of participating businesses can also be found on the website). The Gallery Walk is free and open to the public. Some art work will be available for purchase.
7:00 PM Young Artist Cup
Come! Join us this year either as a competitor or audience member. Its an experience youll never forget!
The 18th Annual Young Artist Cup is for Mountain Crest & Ridgeline students in grades 10-12. Everyone is invited to attend. This event showcases the musical talents of MCHS students in 6 areas: Piano, male & female vocal, strings, wind/brass/percussion, and graphic arts.
The competition is Thursday and Friday. Strings and vocal are April 13th. Piano and Winds/Brass/Percussion are April 14th.
7:30 PM String Chamber Music Recital
This recital is a culminating recital of the student ensembles in the String Program of the Department of Music.
Tickets can be purchased online, by phone or in person at the CCA Box Office.
8:00 PM Concert at Why Sound
SHOWS ARE USUALLY AT WHY SOUND, COST AROUND $5.00 - $6.00, AND START AT 8:00 PM. EXCEPTIONS ARE IN BOLD BELOW.
Friday, April 12 - Children of the North w/Military Genius, Anna James (Indie/Alternative)
Saturday, April 13 - Till We Stop Breathing w/Love You, Bye, Fear No End (Rock/Alternative)
Monday, April 15 - USU Caine Jazz Combo (Jazz)
Thursday, April 18 - There Is No Mountain w/little Barefoot, Erik & Becca (Indie/Alternative)
Friday, April 19 at 7:30PM and 9:30PM, Cost: $15 - Corey Christiansen w/Denson Angulo, Steve Lyman (Jazz)
Saturday, April 20 - Tanner McDowell w/Riley Traveller, Paul Christiansen (Acoustic)
Thursday, April 25 - Clovis w/TBA (Jazz)
Friday, April 26 - L'anarchsite w/Bronze Museum, Britton Noel (Indie/Acoustic)
Saturday, April 27 - BassMint Pros w/Broken Silence (Hip Hop)
Thursday, May 2 - little Barefoot w/The Wasatch Fault, Sarah Olsen (Indie/Alternative)
Friday, May 10 - Kitfox w/Red Yeti, TBA (Acoustic/Indie)
Saturday, May 11 at 7PM - Why Sound Metal Battle Part 1 w/Gravetown, Tr3ason, TBA (Metal)
Friday, May 17 - Ferocious As They Come w/TBA (Indie/Folk)
Saturday, May 18 at 7PM - Why Sound Metal Battle Part 2 w/Deicidal Carnage, False Witness Oddmality, TBA (Metal)
Friday, May 31 - Atomica w/TBA (Rock/Punk)
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non-library events or entities described in the events calendar.
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